Zac Samuel notes that among his greatest influences, the UK dance music pioneers of the 2000's happen to be some of his biggest inspirations. Well to me, this remix is an indication that he should consider himself a modern version of a similar club of UK pioneers that models the group he looks up to, that being, the club of emerging dance producers of the here and now.
Deep house elements, dance-inciting vibes, and sassy demands, make for this crafty remix by the talented Brighton native. The original, by Karen Harding, was produced by MNEK, and released off Method Records. It provides the same dance-inducing effects, and sexy, submarine bassline however, Samuel's remix sees Harding's 90's-themed R&B vocals highlighted, cut, pasted, and reverberated, while isolation techniques and an added drum claps will have you moving to the beat and clapping along yourself.